Herb Trend: Vertical Planters


| 9/29/2009 3:38:34 PM


Tags: Taylor Miller, The Garden Gnome, Product Reviews, Tips, Vertical Planter, Woolly Pocket, Living Wall,

Taylor

Economic and financial issues plaguing the globe have spawned a new wave of interest in sustainability, fostering the need for more urban gardeners. For those living in such a densely populated area, growing space is often limited, and you need to think creatively and maybe even squint your eyes a little to make it work.

The Living Wall

  

The Living Wall by ELT.

Such space concerns are why vertical planters are becoming increasingly popular. A year ago, I picked the top Top 8 Gardening Products for Fall 2008, and among them listed the Living Wall by ELT.

This year, another company sent me a different kind of wall-hanging potter called the Woolly Pocket, which prides itself in adding a touch of class to any home (and it does). The long, almost windowsill-type potters are made out of a dense fabric that feels like a wool peacoat, and they come in coated and uncoated varieties, depending on if you’re planning on using it indoors or out.

Woolly Pocket 2




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